Censorship of Films (Amendment) Act, 1925


1.—In this Act—

the expression “Principal Act” means the Censorship of Films Act, 1923 (No. 23 of 1923);

the expression “display in public” means display in any street, way, or place, whether enclosed or unenclosed, through or to which the public have an unrestricted right of passage or access or in any place enclosed or unenclosed to which the public have access of right or by permission either generally or at specified times and whether such access is or is not subject to payment or other restriction, and all cognate expressions shall be construed accordingly;

the expression “exploitation sheet” means the document commonly known by that name amongst persons engaged in the trade of exhibiting pictures by means of a cinematograph or other similar apparatus or the making, distribution, or renting of such pictures.